With your help, we’ve barnstormed the State in search of leading candidates. Please join Now or Never NC in making contributions and commitments to each of these candidates.
Rep. Scott Brewer (HD66: Montgomery, Richmond & Stanly) was recently appointed by Gov. Cooper to fill the unexpired term of retired Rep. Ken Goodman. Brewer is the former Chief District Court Judge in Rockingham. Please click here to donate directly to Scott’s campaign. www.BrewerForNC.com
Hon. Dan Besse (HD74: Forsyth) is an attorney and longtime Winston-Salem City Councilman. Dan has been and remains one of the leading environmental advocates in our State. Please click here to donate directly to Dan’s campaign. www.BesseForNC.com
Aimy Steele (HD82: Cabarrus) is a former elementary school principal who made a valiant 2018 run in a formerly deep red district. She’s a small business owner and advocate running to raise teacher pay and lower health care costs. Please click here to donate directly to Aimy’s campaign. www.AimySteele2020.com
Gail Young (HD83: Cabarrus) is a business consultant who in 2018 and again this cycle is taking on the radical Legislator who has compared President Lincoln to Hitler, twice! She’s dedicated her life to public service, spending 26 years working in local government. Please click here to donate directly to Gail’s campaign. www.GailYoungNC.com
Brian Farkas (HD 9: Pitt) is active in the business and civic community in his native Pitt County, where he ran in 2016 in a formerly gerrymandered district. He’s worked with the National Institute of Environmental Health Science specializing in emergency management, and with JFK Architecture, a family business. Please click here to donate directly to Brian’s campaign. www.BrianFarkas.com
Ricky Hurtado (HD 63: Alamance) is a first-generation college graduate and the son of working-class immigrants. As a Professor at UNC and leader of an education initiative supporting first-generation college students and immigrant families, he’s fighting to ensure everyone has a fair shot to thrive. Please click here to donate directly to Ricky’s campaign. www.RickyHurtadoForNC.com
Sarah Crawford (SD 18: Franklin & Wake) is a national director with Single Step USA, connecting those in need with access to available resources. She previously worked with the Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities. In 2014, she ran an amazingly close race in this formerly gerrymandered district. Please click here to donate directly to Sarah’s campaign. www.SarahForNC.com
We're happy to announce our second wave of endorsements for 2020:
Adam Ericson (HD 20: New Hanover) Please click here to donate directly to Adam's campaign. www.ElectAdamEricson.com
Terri LeGrand (SD 31: Davie & Forsyth) Please click here to donate directly to Terri's campaign. www.TerriLeGrand.org
Tess Judge (SD 1: Beaufort, Camden, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Hyde, Pasquotank, Perquimans) Please click here to donate directly to Tess' campaign. www.Tess4NCSenate.com
Allen Wellons (SD 11: Johnston, Nash, Wilson) Please click here to donate directly to Allen's campaign. www.WellonsForNC.com
Jason Cain (HD 51: Harnett, Lee) Please click here to donate directly to Jason's campaign. www.CainForNC.com
Emily Bunch Nicholson (HD 1: Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell) Please click here to donate directly to Emily's campaign. www.Emily4House.com
Frances Jackson, Ph.D. (HD 45: Cumberland). Dr. Jackson is a respected leader, educator, and advocate. She grew up in Cumberland County and proud graduate of North Carolina A&T, Fayetteville State University, and Walden University. She has spent her career working as a high school teacher and in multiple roles in county government. If elected, she would be both the first woman and the first African American to win in this district. Please click here to donatedirectly to Frances’ campaign.www.francesjackson2020.com
Together, we'll get North Carolina back on track. The way we do that is by backing top candidates now.
Thank you for your support.
Now or Never NC
P.S. In 2020, control of the Legislature and subsequent redistricting of Congressional & Legislative districts are in the balance. It's imperative to achieve parity in our State Legislature, including to make redistricting reform a reality. Note: Several of these candidates previously ran in unconstitutionally gerrymandered districts. Let’s not ask more to do the same.